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The headquarters of Torneos is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 28, 2015. The Argentine government said on Thursday a judge was examining U.S. extradition requests for three businessman named in a corruption scandal engulfing world soccer, adding it would recover taxes on any illegal income earned by the trio. The U.S. Justice Department alleges Alejandro Burzaco, Hugo Jinkis and his son Mariano Jinkis, all Argentine citizens, conspired to win and keep hold of lucrative media rights contracts from regional soccer federations in exchange for $110 million in bribes. At least $40 million

The headquarters of Torneos is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 28, 2015. The Argentine government said on Thursday a judge was examining U.S. extradition requests for three businessman named in a corruption scandal engulfing world soccer, adding it would recover taxes on any illegal income earned by the trio. The U.S. Justice Department alleges Alejandro Burzaco, Hugo Jinkis and his son Mariano Jinkis, all Argentine citizens, conspired to win and keep hold of lucrative media rights contracts from regional soccer federations in exchange for $110 million in bribes. At least $40 million  Stock Photo
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39.5 MB (1.4 MB Compressed download)

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4685 x 2944 px | 39.7 x 24.9 cm | 15.6 x 9.8 inches | 300dpi

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28 May 2015

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Enrique Marcarian

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The headquarters of Torneos is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 28, 2015. The Argentine government said on Thursday a judge was examining U.S. extradition requests for three businessman named in a corruption scandal engulfing world soccer, adding it would recover taxes on any illegal income earned by the trio. The U.S. Justice Department alleges Alejandro Burzaco, Hugo Jinkis and his son Mariano Jinkis, all Argentine citizens, conspired to win and keep hold of lucrative media rights contracts from regional soccer federations in exchange for $110 million in bribes. At least $40 million had been paid to date, the U.S. Justice Department's indictment showed. Burzaco is president of Argentine sports marketing firm Torneos y Competencias, while Hugo and Mariano Jinkis are controlling principals of Full Play, another sports media and marketing business headquartered in Argentina. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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